Question about 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Anti theft is arming itself when chip key is turned to the start postion. I dont have a key fob, is there a fuse or manual override? Please help
I believe you are referring to the immobilizer in your key for your car. Unfortunately there is not a way around this factory anti theft system. However most delearships have the ability program new keys for you.
If you had two valid keys that were already programed to the car's immobilizer you can simply buy another key with a programmable immobilizer chip, usually referred to as a sentry key. These keys are available at some hardware stores for cheaper then you would find at a dealership. So if you have the old keys and a new blank key you can follow the following procedure in most cars to program the new key:
1. Bring the replacement sentry key to a hardware store or dealership. Have it cut to match the original valid sentry keys.
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